The draw for the UEFA Champions League’s last 16 has been made ahead of the competition’s knockout rounds.
Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham all progressed with the Premier League having four representative sides in the last 16.
City’s reward for progressing as group winners is a tie with RB Leipzig, as Pep Guardiola looks to end the club’s wait for an elusive Champions League title this season.
Chelsea and Spurs were also seeded for the draw, with Graham Potter’s team also set to take on German opposition in Borussia Dortmund in the last 16. Spurs will face AC Milan, who progressed alongside Chelsea in the group stage. Milan are seven-time winners, but have reached the knockout rounds for the first time in nine years this season.
Liverpool were unseeded after finishing as runners-up to Napoli in the group stage and will meet Real Madrid in a rematch of last season’s final in the first knockout round. Jurgen Klopp’s side finished as runners-up to the Spanish giants last season and are aiming to reach a fourth final in just six seasons.
Elsewhere, Bayern Munich face Paris Saint-Germain in a clash between two of the tournament favourites, while Napoli – the leading scorers in the competition – will take on Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt.
Champions League last-16 draw in full:
RB Leipzig vs Manchester City
Club Brugge vs Benfica
Liverpool vs Real Madrid
AC Milan vs Tottenham
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Napoli
Borussia Dortmund vs Chelsea
Inter Milan vs Porto
Paris Saint-Germain vs Bayern Munich